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Leadership Communities of Practice

Collaborate with fellow school leaders and invest in leadership professional capital

Join a small community of leaders in personalized professional leadership learning.

Engage in provocative thinking, explore challenging issues, share best practices and invest in your own leadership growth. Participants in this program will share ideas around the areas of facilitation leadership, continuous change, developing capacity in others, creating cultures of feedback and other pertinent leadership challenges. This community is built in an effort to share best practices, obtain new knowledge and strengthen leadership in their respective schools.

Benefits of participating in Communities of Practice

Supportive Community of Learners

Have a community of peers that listen, support you and empower you throughout the year

Peer Learning

Construct learning with those who share the challenges and nature of your work

Increase Your Impact

Discover new ideas and practices that improve the impact of your leadership

Expert Facilitation & Modeling

Learn through excellent modeling and facilitation of how you work with staff, teams and individuals


One year of peer supported growth to facilitate impact

  • The opportunity to collaborate with leaders about learning, leadership and growth to create authentic learning communities
  • Seven, 2.5 hour sessions spanning across the 17-18 school year
  • Sessions located at PEBC offices in Denver.
  • All scheduled dates will be on weekday mornings, 7:30-10:00 AM
  • Program Fee: $550

Session Dates

October 3, 2017
November 14, 2017
December 12, 2017
January 23, 2018
February 13, 2018
March 13, 2018
May 1, 2018

Individual Leadership Support is Available

To deepen your individual learning between the cohort sessions, PEBC Leadership Coaches are available.
Contact Craig DeLeone to learn more and hear about special pricing opportunities.

Who Should Join

Principals • Assistant Principals • District Leaders • Central Office Leaders

Leaders that are eager join a community of supportive peers. This group has a commitment to engage in provocative thinking, explore challenging issues, share best practices and invest in their own leadership growth.

Perfect For:
Leaders who are willing to be vulnerable about their needs and ready to model, practice and implement new tools. Leaders who show a desire for continued growth to improve the impact of their leadership, ultimately bettering the schools they work in.


Scott Murphy, MS

Scott Murphy consults nationally on leadership, collaboration and facilitative development. He works with district leaders, principals and teacher leaders on creating engaging environments worthy of our teachers and students. He is a lab facilitator for the Thinking Strategies Institute. Murphy has 24 years of educational experience, having served as high school English teacher, instructional coach, elementary principal and district director of curriculum for Jeffco Schools.


PEBC Office
600 Grant Street, Suite 525
Denver, CO 80203

Parking Available

More Information

Contact: Rose Hagood
[email protected]

Ready to meet your cohort? Join us for the 17-18 school year!

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